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The Social Support Foundation (SSF) have been working on Public Health programmes since its formation in the year 2000. One of its speciality is HIV Prevention among the Youth, here is one of yet another very successful project (PNHIS) implemented with maximum results for your reading ……. together we build!
Ghana has implemented an ECOWAS Project on human trafficking interventions within the sub-region.
Under the project, the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs obtained a grant facility from the ECOWAS Trafficking in Person Unit to implement a number of activities including consultations with district assemblies in Kete-Krachi in the Volta Region and Yeji in the Brong Ahafo Region.
Read the full article here.
The Social Support Foundation (SSF) successfully went through the Behavior Change Support (BCS) Project assessment and selection process by Care International as an implementing partner for project year two. The working districts for the SSF are Upper Denkyira East Municipal and Upper Denkyira West District, both in the Central Region of Ghana. The SSF participated in all BCS activities undertaking by Care International since December 2010, as well as the pre-planning, advocacy and targeted project activities. The SSF’s BCS Project is ongoing.
JOB TITLE: Accounts Officer
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
DUTY POST: Obuasi (with frequent visits to sub-offices)
PURPOSE OF POST: Assist in the development of strategies for liaising with partners and other collaborators in the Administration and Management of Programmes / Projects and Resources of the Social Support Foundation at the Head office, sub-office, District and community levels. Supports and coordinates resource mobilization and efficient utilization of same.
Your duties are as outlined in this job description and secured Project Contracts, it should be understood that this job description is subject to change depending on the activity and responsibility you are entrusted with. SSF reserves the right to transfer you to another location as circumstances may require; refusal to honour such transfer may be regarded as a termination of appointment. This position requires frequent national travels, the duties of the Accountant include:
1. Contribute to the achievement of the overall strategic vision of SSF as an organization
2. Collect and collate all relevant financial data for effective programme implementation, monitoring and financial management
3. Participate in the review of reports and other documents to or from the grant partners and beneficiaries and provide reports and recommendations to the relevant bodies
4. Prepare all financial reports on activities undertaken for submission to the Executive Director, Auditors and Grant Partners
5. Keep an asses register for the Social Support Foundation and take inventory quarterly
6. Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports and trial balances for the Social Support Foundation
7. Responsible for the management and accountability of Grant (programme and projects) and operational accounts
8. In charge of processing, payment, filling and taking custody of all taxes, social security contributions, utilities, valuables, etc.
9. Streamline transactions to conform to accounting standards and procedures
10. Facilitate financial management trainings for Programme and Sub-office coordinators
11. Supervise the correct filling and reviewing of vouchers and financial entries
12. Monitor the performance; request utilization and reporting of programme, operations and petty cash transactions for all projects and other office duties
13. Review payment request and prepare payment vouchers appropriately
14. Limit of authority within GH 500 cedis with cheque payments signed with other signatories apart from the Executive Director is the principal signatory. A maximum imprest of GH 150 cedis will be kept and managed at Head office
15. Liaise with banks on all financial matters and reconciliation of bank statements
16. Assist in Internal and External financial Audit processes
17. Assist in annual and project budget preparations and monitoring
18. Support management on financial (expenditure) queries and donor relations
19. Assist in proposal development and fund raising
20. Perform any other work related duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director
21. Exemplify and utilize these relevant skills in managing the operations and implementation of Programmes:
a. Analytical, writing and financial reporting skills (Manual and electronic)
b. Good communication and advocacy skills, good leadership, facilitation and counseling skills
c. Good planning and organizational skills
d. Basic understanding and skills in human rights and rights based approach to development issues
e. Delivery of relevant inputs needed for effective financial management
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• University degree in Finance, HND Accounting, ACCA or related field, with a minimum of two years of practical finance experience in the civil society sector
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Practical experience in training on Financial Management Tools
• Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel and other financial management software is required
Just send in your profile indicating your salary history in addition to your application letter to the Executive Director – email@example.com for consideration. This offer is good on or before 15 June 2011.
Below is an excerpt from Peace FM’s article on the importance of proper management of Ghana’s oil and the equitable disbursement of its proceeds. Read the rest of the article on our Media page, here.
Half Assini (W/R), Aug. 15, GNA — Mr Felix Kyei, a senior member of the Gender and Environmental Monitoring and Advocacy (GEMA), a Non Governmental Organisation, has appealed to stakeholders in the oil and gas industry to ensure that the oil find became a blessing.
Mr Kyei made the appeal at a day’s Workshop the NGO organised for 50 participants made up of chiefs, security agencies, assembly members, civil society and opinion leaders in the Jomoro District at Half Assini.
It was under the theme, “Ghana Natural Resources, Emphasis on Oil and Gas.”
Article continued here.
The discovery of massive quantities of oil in Ghana’s Jubilee Oil Fields is supposed to herald the revitalization of Ghana’s economy, launching it into a better day, but what are the risks involved? Read through our recently posted research documents that explore the issue, with a focus on environmental and social impact in surrounding communities.
You can read more about the Social Support Foundation’s work with Oil Watch Ghana and access the above mentioned research documents here.
Recently, we visited Koni Yaw Junior High School, just outside of Bekwai, to continue our efforts in the Community Resistance to Slavery and Forced Labor (CRSFL) Project. Our Obuasi Programmes Officer, Mr. Barimah Badu put on a presentation in conjunction with Mr. Owusu Ansah, a representative of the Department of Social Welfare. The presentation was to educate the school children on the dangers of forced labor and slavery, and how they could do their part to help with our efforts.